As a major player in urban development, we also fully exercise our social responsibility. The Immobel Social Fund reserves 1% of its net profits* to support organisations and associations which work in particular in the fields of health, culture and social inclusion.
* 5 year average
Thanks to the Fund, we are committed to medical research. The Group provides financial support to institutions such as Bordet for cancer research or Saint-Luc, for clinical research in respiratory medicine. It also supports Télévie in its fight against cancer in children and adults.
The Group contributes to the development of charities and associations for the dissemination, protection and promotion of all the arts and heritage conservation. In particular, the Social Fund supports the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, a foundation that offers talented young artists the chance to improve their skills, and the European Quarter Fund which aims to improve the image, layout and functioning of the European Quarter.
By contributing financially to help professional organisations active in education in the broadest sense, the Immobel Social Fund wishes to give young people from more vulnerable backgrounds the chance to integrate socially and enter the jobs market. The purpose of our support for associations such as Calame, TADA and VUB Kinderuniversiteit is to help their beneficiaries to discover their talents and gain in self-confidence so that they can engage positively in the community.
Immobel supports the following organisations and initiatives in particular:
Lutte contre le Sida ASBL
Quartier Biestebroeck ASBL
Initiatives under the King Baudouin Foundation:
An integral part of our overall sustainability approach
We constantly seek to make the world in general and cities in particular better places to live in. In terms of sustainability, our ambition is based on four pillars, derived from the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. This is how we want to meet the challenge of building the cities of the future.